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  Subhuti was Buddha's disciple. He was able to understand the potency of emptiness, that nothing exists except in its relationship of subjectivity and objectivity. One day, in a mood of sublime emptiness, Subhuti was resting underneath a tree... continue...

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Here are 4 sources of 24-hour news feeds of buddism and zen news around the world.
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1. ON ASPECTS OF THE REFORMATION OF SOTO ZEN BUDDHISM IN NORTH ... - Patheos (blog)

ON ASPECTS OF THE REFORMATION OF SOTO ZEN BUDDHISM IN NORTH ...
Patheos (blog)
Many have found Zen Buddhism, and specifically our Soto path a way to engage the world and our own lives. The ancient analysis of the Buddha, and the specific disciplines of the Soto Zen school have proven to be of use. And we within the SZBA are ...



2. Who Is Thich Nhat Hanh? Zen Master Suffers Brain Hemorrhage - International Business Times

Uncover Michigan

Who Is Thich Nhat Hanh? Zen Master Suffers Brain Hemorrhage
International Business Times
Thich Nhat Hanh, or Thay, is an 88-year-old Buddhist monk who is considered to be the world's most influential Buddhist leader, aside from the Dalai Lama. He is a Zen master, teacher, poet, author and peace activist. He was born in Vietnam in 1926 and ...
Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh Suffers Brain HemorrhageNBCNews.com
Famed Zen Master Has Brain HemorrhageNewser
Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh receiving Treatment for Severe Brain HemorrhageUncover Michigan
The Inquisitr
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3. Buddhism In China: Zen And Now - Lankaweb

World Religion News

Buddhism In China: Zen And Now
Lankaweb
Kolkata, India — An exhibition of priceless Indian Buddhist Art that the Indian Museum in Kolkata has put together for display all over Asia is a reminder that Buddhism is becoming the new Communism – the ideology through which governments seek to ...
First Moscow datsan opens in summervestnik kavkaza

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4. Berkeley Buddhist temple hosts homecoming of famed Beat poet Gary Snyder - Chico Enterprise-Record

Berkeley Buddhist temple hosts homecoming of famed Beat poet Gary Snyder
Chico Enterprise-Record
He is best known for the famous Zen koan "what is the sound of a single hand." Snyder set the record straight, saying the popularized version -- "What is the sound of one hand clapping" -- is incorrect and the koan never included a reference to ...

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5. Everything Zen - ChicagoNow (blog)

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Everything Zen
ChicagoNow (blog)
The Zen Buddhist Temple on Cornelia was offering a 4 PM Meditation, and since the Bears' game was already over by half time, I didn't mind. The description said it was ideal for student's completing reports on religion, and being a student of sorts on ...
Experience Buddhist practice in Johnson Cityeasttennessean.com (subscription)

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6. The Zen Pagan: Gratitude, Schmatitude - Patheos (blog)

Patheos (blog)

The Zen Pagan: Gratitude, Schmatitude
Patheos (blog)
If someone on your Yule list is the sort to have Starhawk next to Alan Watts, or Drawing Down the Moon next to An Introduction to Zen Buddhism on their shelf, how about getting them a copy of Why Buddha Touched the Earth? Finally, if you do the ...



7. The Dharma and the Artist's Eye - Tricycle (blog)

The Dharma and the Artist's Eye
Tricycle (blog)
Whenever I encountered anything related to Buddhism or Taoism—a Zen painting like Liu Ts'ai's 14th-century Fishes memorable for its harmony, restraint, and understatement, or a haiku by Basho so pure in its simplicity that it seemed a thing discovered ...

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8. Kyozan Joshu Sasaki: Zen monk who established a network of monasteries but ... - The Independent

The Independent

Kyozan Joshu Sasaki: Zen monk who established a network of monasteries but ...
The Independent
Kyozan Joshu Sasaki was a Japanese monk who over 50 years became one of the most influential Zen Buddhist teachers in the US, establishing a number of temples and teaching the thousands who passed through his rigorous and strict brand of Zen ...



9. Joshu Sasaki Roshi, who brought Zen Buddhism to US, dies at 107 - Los Angeles Times

Patheos

Joshu Sasaki Roshi, who brought Zen Buddhism to US, dies at 107
Los Angeles Times
Buddhist teacher Joshu Sasaki Roshi, a leading figure in Zen Buddhism in America whose legacy was later complicated by allegations of sexual abuse, has died. He was 107. Roshi died Sunday afternoon at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, said Gento Steve ...
Joshu Sasaki Roshi Dead: Leading Zen Buddhist Teacher Dies At 107Huffington Post
Joshu Sasaki DiesPatheos (blog)

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